Despite Meghan Markle and Prince Harry encouraging people to ‘reject hate speech’ in addition to making sure to vote on November 3, the current POTUS still had only hateful words to spew about the former Duchess. Donald Trump has made it clear before that he is not a big fan of Meghan Markle and now he’s stressing that even more!
The Donald slammed Meghan for reminding citizens of the United States that this is ‘the most important election of our lifetime’ and encouraging them not to skip the voting process, during their TIME100 video just yesterday.
Then, earlier today, one reporter was curious to know Trump’s opinion, asking him: ‘Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chimed in on the U.S. election and essentially encouraged people to vote for Joe Biden. [Can we] get your reaction to that?’
Singling out Meghan before attacking her marriage, Trump stressed that he is ‘not a fan of hers. And I would say this, and she probably has heard that, but I wish a lot of luck to Harry, ’cause he’s gonna need it.’ Yikes!
Did Donald Trump really call the Duchess of Sussex 'nasty'?
He clarifies his comment and says 'I think she's doing very well'.
He adds Prince Harry was 'a terrific guy' and 'couldn't have been nicer'. pic.twitter.com/ARwcyheeiv
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) June 5, 2019
As you might be aware, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry did not drop any names when it comes to who they are endorsing in the presidential election but many think it’s clear they were encouraging the American people to vote for Joe Biden by saying that it’s the most important election.
Both Meghan and Harry encouraged Americans to vote for Biden, but Donald Trump attacks only her. Shocker. pic.twitter.com/XZqGEs9yPl
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) September 23, 2020
‘As we approach this November, it is vital we reject hate speech, misinformation and negativity online. What we consume, are exposed to, and engage with online, has a true effect on all of us,’ Harry stated in the Time100 video.
Donald Trump’s dislike of Meghan Markle has been obvious since the 2016 election when she made it clear she was voting for Hilary Clinton, calling him out for being ‘divisive’ and ‘misogynistic’
In response, Trump called her ‘nasty’ and even tried to deny it later despite the audio recording that proved he did say it.